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Ryan Rudnick has been interested in and excited about real estate, real estate development, and design for many years, often attending open houses with friends and family members and teaching himself about the market, even as a young adult. Since moving to San Francisco in 2004, Ryan has kept a close eye on the local trends in pricing, sales, and new construction. Since 2011, Ryan has applied his growing knowledge of the local market in his work as an independently contracted project manager and consultant on a number of residential renovations - work that has given him the opportunity to learn about and gain a solid understanding of San Francisco’s complex and often confusing building codes and permit processes. As an agent since 2013, Ryan applies this background and expertise to help clients better understand current market trends, answer questions about the process of buying and selling real estate, and give prospective buyers and sellers insight into San Francisco's unique real estate market.
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Single Family Homes, Condos, CoOps, TICs, Multi-Family, BMR, Distressed Propeties
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Not on the MLS 3 Meticulously Updated Homes in Eureka Valley 4349 -4353 18th Street Offered at $4,800,000 This 3 story, 3 unit building in desirable Eureka Valley underwent a down-to-the studs renovation in 2016. Built in 1904, within walking distance to shops and restaurants on Castro St. and close to public transportation, it is Read more about 3 Unit Fully Renovated OFF-MARKET Listing![…]
2017 in San Francisco Real Estate What happened last year in SF Real Estate? A whole lot! Check out the report below for tons of detail on last years market trends. So what does this mean for you? Overall, compared to 2016, the total number of listings were down a bit in 2017, but sold Read more about 2017 Annual Market Snapshot[…]
Home inspections are a common source of confusion for first-time home buyers, because there are several different types of inspections that can take place. Here is an overview of the most common types of inspections you could encounter during the buying process. Primary Home Inspection People talking about a “home inspection,” are generally referring to Read more about The Different Types of Home Inspections Explained[…]
Finally – a way to use your bitcoin for real estate. Grobecker Holland International Inc. Real Estate Brokerage is excited to make this announcement. We are the first real estate firm in the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley to accept Bitcoin for residential and commercial real estate, lending and insurance transactions. “Let’s face Read more about The First Real Estate Agency That Accepts Bitcoin![…]
Here are some things you need to know before you refinance your home: “Refinancing” is a scary word for many people, but that shouldn’t be the case for you. For many homeowners, refinancing can lower your monthly payments and help with your monthly budget. It can save you thousands of dollars in the long run! Read more about Dispelling Refinancing Myths[…]
Here’s what has been going on in San Francisco real estate. So what does this mean for you? Year over year, December 2017 was way up compared to 2016 in almost every way that counts, and down just where you’ll probably want it to be. Home prices were up, and average days on Read more about December 2017 Market Snapshot[…]
Here’s what has been going on in San Francisco real estate. So what does this mean for you? Sales prices and number of sold properties was up in November on a year over year basis as are the number of sold properties, and pending sales. Expect to see a lot of closings in coming weeks. Read more about November 2017 Market Snapshot[…]
Get to know apartment types in SF! In San Francisco there are three main types of apartments that you can purchase: Condominium (condo), Tenancy in Common (TIC) and Stock Cooperative (Stock Co-op, or just Co-op). While the differences can sometimes be subtle and confusing, they can greatly impact the way you own your apartment, and Read more about Condo, TIC, and Co-Op: An SF Guide to Buying Apartments[…]